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Creation Date: August 28, 1952
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-- Red Rippers Finish First I ':' "



'Round-the-Horn' Cruise



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Fighter Squadron ll's Red
Rippers, who left Jacksonvillelast thousands greeted the Oris

May, arrived recently in kany as the ship steamed past

San Diego, Calif., completinga Sugar Loaf Mountain into the
10,000-mile,cruise around the sparkling harbor of Rio de Red Kippers in perfect formation sweep over Lima-Callao, Peru (

tip of South America aboardthe Janeiro.
giant aircraft'carrier USS Brazil's President Vargas RENDEZVOUSING in two over hundreds of thousands of the Jockey Club of Rio staged F :1

Oriskany, and other dignitaries were minutes the Rippers made two spectators watching from the a Red Ripper Handicap race :;

Three ports of call were flown aboard the carrier via low level "V" shaped formation famed Copa Cabana beach. So dedicated to the squadron. ,

made by the Oriskany, the first helicopter to witness a specialair runs over the ship and impressive was the VF-ll's Comdr. Phillips, who was hail J Jed

carrier to ever make the trip show staged by the Red then staged strafing and rock. performance that they were by the local press as the -i
around the near Antarctic Rippers. Led by Comdr. Den. et runs on a towed sled for the featured on a special television "Commande Generale of the f

Cape of Good Hope. ny Phillips, skipper of VF-11, benefit of the South.AmericanVIP's. show that night. Jatos," was guest of honor at
twelve Banshees were launched the inaugural of the unusual 1

A THUNDEROUS shore bat- in the record time of 20 SecondS' later, the Rippers A UNIQUE honor was accorded ceremony. ,.}

tery salute and cheering of seconds per aircraft. piloted their red-nose jets low the Red Rippers when (Please Turn to Page 2, Col. 5))

367 Feet

'Cane Hunters

Application Made

Keeping Check On

I To Build New j

Suspicious Area

Pier At
Locally based VJ-2 storm is presently in VOL-10 No. 21 U. S. N. A. S. Jacksonville, Florida 28 August 1952 MayportApplication
checking on a
the Caribbean which i may ,. I has been made by
turn out to be the first hurricane Traffic Blotter vw the Navy for a permit to construct .
of the season. a pier and six mooring
Using two aircraft operating i platforms in the St. Johns Riverat

out of San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Shows DropIn Y the Mayport Naval AuxiliaryAir
Hurricane Hunters found the ? Station, it has been an

(S storm to have not yet reached ViolationsA nounced.

hurricane proportions. The proposed pier would be f
Most of the winds encounteredat ; about 11 feet wide and about 11
total of 135 persons appearedin
the center of the storm area feet above mean low water, and
traffic court to answer for vio- T
are less than the 65 miles per would extend into the waterway
hour velocity needed to classify lations during the two we"ek pe- : about 367 feet from the mean

it as a hurricane. The "eye" of riod of August 8 to August 22. high water shoreline, and terminate

the storm was about 1,100 miles This is appreciably less than the 4 in a T-head about 25 feet
wide and about 124 feet long. It
from Florida early Wednesday.
\ 209 who hailed to court dur-
were
.,.
f" The "suspicious area" was first 4..? is to be built on the south shore

*p-- noticed by Hurricane Hunters ing the preceding twoweekpe- of the river.It .

f':<. over the week-end. riod.Two s. _. ...,. is planned to erect six con.
,
: Pilots of the two planes track weeks ago the weekly total 1+ ---- --- crete mooring platforms Substantially

!; ing the storm ,are Lt (jg) Randolph was 86 while last week it dropped NEW O & R OFFICER-Capt. Leonidas D. Coates, new Overhaul in line with the T-head of
I and Repair officer, examines a chart as he gets
fo,, Eskew and Lt. (jg) Ches- is that the progress week the proposed pier. The upstreamand
to 49. It felt continued acquainted with his new post here. Captain Coates last
ter Hardenburg, efforts of all hands will. relieved Comdr. Albert R. Weldon, who has been acting O & R downstream platforms would
I officer the past two months. each be about 282 feet, up and
.1 I, further substantially lessen the
downstream, respectively, from
HOLIDAY MONDAY violations. I the center line of the Thead.It .
; The entire station will observe Nineteen civilians and 116 mil- is anticipated that the per

r Labor Day, Monday, itary personnel appeared in court VF- mit will be issued Friday, Aug.
Sept. 1 as a legal holiday with during the two weeks time covered ust 29.
a respite from work for almostall by this report. Thirty-six

hands. of those appearing were given car I

Only necessary maintenanceand restriction sentences ranging In International Air ShowFighter Take Your Time,

watch-standing will be carried from a few days to one month, I

on during the holiday. while 41 received suspended sen unit has Not Your Life,
Squadron 22, Fleet Air Jacksonville jet ,
tences. been chosen to stage an aerial exhibition at the Fifth Annual Drive CarefullyLABOR
Reserve Units To Warnings were issued to 37 per- International Aviation Exposition beginning Saturday at
sons and nine cases were dis- Detroit. DAY! All hands

missed. Operating from nearby Grosse looking forward eagerly to
Close Two-Week 1- assigned to the exposition, which another holiday weekend
-
Speeding was the largest single Isle Naval Air Reserve Station, include
and
will last three days
and what difference that
violation, resulting in 30 persons the '"Cavaliers" of VF-22 will a extra -
the Continental Trophy Race for
day makes!
Training CruiseThree going to court and improper parking stage a flyover and then prob-
VF-22 will be in
midget planes,
accounted for 27 more. Twen ably sweep back over the field in So you are going to pile in-
squadrons of "Weekend attack of their the flying company there of the to the old bus and hie you far
as part
ty-three were summoned for faulty a cross r
Warriors" will end a fourteen- famed "Blue Angels", several individual away from the hubbub of elate
performance in the three-day ex-
equipment and 10 for failure to
day annual cruise at the"Naval Navy plane groups, and tering machines, shrill tele-
stop for a stop sign. The re- position.
Air Reserve Training Unit this 0 Air Force and Army aviators. phones, and urgent tags, for a
mainder were cited for miscellaneous -
weekend. When the "Cavaliers" wheel fling before the busy fall and
offenses. ONLY FULL Navy squadron
This refresher training periodhas I their planes overhead during their winter sets in. ,.
included plenty of flight exhibition the crowd will be *

f time, ground schooling and main- watching a squadron perform Good! That extra day makesa

'-, tenance for the men of Squad- which has chalked up over 1,400 big difference in your plans
rons VS-741, VF-741 and CV Fas- earlier landings without accidentand -but-How You Drive may

ron 741. made the longest Mediterranean make a big difference in the

Add Bearcats To Line cruise of all U. S. Navy rest of your life-if you do
Fighter Squadron VF-741 is led squadrons. live. Don't turn this happy occasion -

I by Lcdr. F. C. Wolff, with Lt. 0 into a nightmare of

Richard M. Schaughency as executive r ::3; : daa DURING this cruise, made horror and pain for yourselfand

_, ,.! officer. This group has aboard the USS Tarawa (CV-40)), others simply because you
'!to ( worked out in F8F-2 Bearcats in failed to Drive With Caufion!
VF 22 took part operation
which NARTU Just added to the "Grand Slam", largest of the NATO because you failed to
flight line. Check Your Car because
air and sea exercises so far,
Lt. Harry G. Kincaid commands you failed to Obey Traffic
Chiefof
and were commended by the
attack squadron VS-741, Laws.
;< <'1R.cc' Naval Operations, CommanderAir
*
' Forces Atlantic Fleet, and
|f officer. Using the TBM Let this holiday be one to
r Commander of the Sixth Fleet for
"Avenger" torpedo bombers, the remember-not one to regret.
their performances during the op-
|j attack pilots maintained a heavy Remember-The 1932 holi-
erations and the rest of the cruise.
Sponsored by the Aero Club of
i.** weeks. Memorial Day-360 Dead
Michigan, the Labor Day week-
Fasron Flies PV-2's Independence Day-356 Dead

r. CV Fasron 741 did the required _!lW .. .r -.Wi.f',_, ..-.---- -- end spectacle will Include groundand Labor Day-? Dead.

;i.. maintenance to keep the other OFF FOR AIR SHOW-These four pilots of Fighter Squadron the latest flight scientific shows demonstrating and technical The Navy says: Put aside
' two squadrons and their own pilots 22 prepare'to take off for Detroit, where the jet squadron will your worries and cares- have
aerial exhibition at the Fifth Annual International Aviation advancements of the United
In the air. Lcdr. Robert L. stage an a good holiday-but be careful -
Exposition to be held this weekend. Left to right, are: Lt. States and other countries in mil
Cittings commands the Fasron, Hill Lt. ( ) Bob Smith and You can't be care-free un-
(Jg) Hank Halloland, Lcdr. Windy jg itary and commercial aviation
assisted by Executive officer Da- Lt. (jgf) Tom Blakeney VF-22 is the lone full Navy squadron to fielJs. less you are accident-free.
vid L. Wilson. participate in the air show,

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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 28 August 1952 k
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I Report From Washington
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fflBmELi3' L,17, 'VA Acts To Prevent DelaysIn



Published every Thursday for Navy activities at Naval Air MAINSIDE
Station, Jacksonville, Fla.NAS Thursday, August 28 K-Vet Bill Education
Jacksonville "Pistol Harvest" _. Tim Holt
Capt. Burnham C. McCaffree. 'm Commanding Officer Friday, August 29
Comdr. James H. Armstrong. ..........Executive OfficerLt. "Fearless Fagan" ..._.Janet Leigh I By Armed Forces Press Service)
Dave Barksdale._..._ Public Information Officer Defense ments will be mailed to the individual .
Saturday, August 30 I The Department of officers concerned.
Fleet Air Jacksonville
Rear Adm. Osborne B. Hardison ____ ..Commander "Meet Danny Wilson" has asked the Selective Service .
Capt. Howard V. Hopkins...:..-__ _Chief of Staff _...._._..... .......Frank)! Sinatra System to induct 47,000 men for
Col. Katherine A. Towle, director
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Sunday, August 31 assignment to the Army in Octo women
Capt. Arthur S. Born._,. '_'_' CommanderComdr. "Caribbean" .._.........Arlene Dahl ber. The increase of 17,000 over of Marines, will retire
Joseph T. Thornton ..Chief Staff Officer Monday, September 1 the September quota is necessaryto May 1, 1953 to become dean of
Naval Air Technical Training: Center "Sudden Fear" replace men who were inducted women and associate dean of

Capt. Lester K. Rice._ _. Commanding Officer _..................._.Joan Crawford in large numbers after the students at the University of
Comdr. Richard S. Stuart_.._._ Executive Officer California, at Berkeley, the Ma-
Tues. & Wed., Sept. 2-3 start of the Korean conflict and
Capt. Dwight. J. Wharton Naval Hospital.. Commanding Officer "Belle .of New York" have reached the end of their rine Corps announces.

Capt. T. P. Weinert .._._...___.Executive Officer _.._...........__..Fred Astaire term of .service.- The October call V
NARTU NATTCenter brings total request upon Selective Certain officers of Naval Vol.

Capt. Easton B. Noble.._ Commanding Officer Thursday, August 28 Service since September, unteer Reserve drilling units may
Comdr. Anthony Trusso Executive OfficerThe "Just For You"__. ,Bing Crosby 1950 to 1,060,430, of whom W9- now be paid for drills, accordingto

JAX AIR NEWS tl published weekly at the U. S. Naval Air SUtlon.Jitctooiullle Friday, August 29 000 were assigned to the Army. a recent USNR directive. They
Florida' and piinted commercially with 1toN1 g a 'Revs "Meet Danny Wilson" include the cpmmanding officer,
t to the and In compliance P-33.
no government
Nov. 1915.expense Copies are distributed free of charge at the Naval Air Station, the hm... ....._.. .Frank Sinatra Quick action to prevent delaysin training officer and assistant
the Naval U.Air S. Naval Reserve HospitaL Training Unit Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field aad Saturday, August 30 providing education or train- training officer of units havl at

Editor-Andrew H. Planey "Fearless Fagan"_... Janet .Leigh ing for veterans under the new I least 25 members and an attend-
Staff Members: Mary Bixiones, JOSN; Dave Devroy, SN; John Sunday, August 31 K-Vet Bill has been taken by the ance factor of ..t least 60 per
Charvat, AN; Ed Nellist, JO3; Helen Harper. "Yankee Buccaneer" Veterans Administration. The cent. .

AFrS The material JAX AIR appealing NEWS In It a this member publication of the may Armed not Force be reprinted Piegg Service.withoutthe _.m ju.. .. .....Jeff Chandler VA has formally requested the *
written permission of Armed Forces Press Seivlce. Republication of other ]Mon. & Tues., Sept. 1-2 nations 48 state governors to appoint Plans are near completion for
service if prohibited without permission or
matter publication
Editor. JAX except AIR by NEWS. "Caribbean" ... .. _...Arlene Dahl agencies within their statesto the inclusion of an Advanced
Editorial offices located Building 930 (topside). Phone extension Wednesday, September 3 handle approval of schools and Criminal Investigation Course in
8184 and 216. "You For Me" _. Peter Lawforod business establishments for training the curriculum of the Provost

Success Breeds Happiness NAVAL HOSPITAL eligible veterans. The law Marshal School at Camp Gordon,
Thursday, August 28 specifies that schools must have Ga. The first class of 25 military

Moral Infractions Cause Loss Of "Les Miserables"__ .Debra Paget state approval before they may police will commence in October. .
r Friday, August 29 offer training to qualified veter- j

"You For Me"...... Peter Lawford ans. Nine civilian and naval scientists
Money, Time And Mental Health Sat. & Sun., Aug. 30-31 e left recently on a trip to

"Just For You" .._...Bing Crosby The Navy has announced the the North Geomagnetic Pole.
(This Is the seventh of a series of articles in connection' with Monday, September 1 names of 120 limited duty officer Sponsored by the Office of Naval

the servieewide program, Protection of Moral Standards). "Yankee Buccaneer" candidates who have been recommended Research, the group is conduct-

Comdr. Richard L. Mann _._.... ...?.. ... Jeff Chandler for appointment to Ing a series of high altitude cosmic -
Tuesday, September 2 manent ensign, USN, by a selec.1 radiation i experiments.
For the first seven months of this fiscal year, January ...
"Fearless Fagan" .Janet Leigh tion board recently convened by Equipment will be carried to high
3, 1952 through July 28, 1952, nearly 6,000 dollars was ex- Wednesday September 3 the Secretary of the Navy. Let I altitude by large constant-level
pended by the Naval Air Station on traffic accidents alone. "Caribbean" _.Arlene Dahl ters of notification and appoint- plastic balloons launched from
This figure more than doubles the amount expended for the -- --
same period of the' last fiscal year. Students From All Corners -----1 naval Davis Strait vessels and in the Baffin Kane Bay Basin., the

_ According to the Office Investigation, 65 per cent of Virgin Island Marine Now Studies .I -
the year's accidents were attributed to sheer negligence on
the part of the driver. I Red Rippers
* At NATTC Airman Prep School
(Continued from Page 1))
Although 6,000 dollars is a staggering sum for a seven Students of various schools at :Leaving Rio after a short five
months period, it is almost dwarfed by the Station's expenditure the Naval Air Technical Training c I < day stay the Oriskany headed

r in time and manpower devoted to other infractions, Center come from all parts of the south. In anticipation of the tra-
which may be realized by glancing through the Rough Masts United States and some from all ditionally violent storms that
.Log. For the same seven months period it is interesting to the corners of the world. sweep the snow-capped moun-
note the most frequent causes of disciplinary action: The most recent to begin his tains of the "Horn," Red Ripper

studies at the Center is MarinePfc. crews worked long hours securing
Unauthorized absence 205 incidents
Valdemar Abraham, of the each wheel of every aircraft
.. Dereliction of duty 86 incidents Virgin Islands. with two hurricane cables.

Violation of Station Unusually fair weather prevail

Regulations 51 incidents Pfc. Abraham was born, reared ed, however, and the Oriskany
Failure to pass inspection 32 incidents and was married in his home made the transition from the

Disobedience and insubordination town of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands Atlantic to the Pacific without.
21 incidents which until recently, he incident. '
'
.
Theft 16 incidents had never left.
In February of this year he was t A PLANNED three day liberty
Disorderly conduct 8 incidents drafted into the Marines and was I stop in Valparaiso, Chile, was
L_.
Falsehood 5 incidents sent to Parris Island, S. C., for marred by tempestuous weather
,. basic training. After completingbasic PFC. Valdemar Abraham, of that halted liberty boats for some
Virgin Islands, in Airman
These figures present only an evaluation of the tangible he was sent here for school Preparatory School! now at NATT time. Those crew members who
cost of delinquent morals and senses of responsibility. Their and is now in his fifth week of Center. did get ashore were warmly welcomed
consequent cost to mental health and morals cannot be es- Airman Preparatory Schoil. by Chile's capital city.
hobby which he had ci
as a
, timated.An.. 0 Next stop for the Oriskany was
vilian. Valdemar also raised and
t analysis of the most numerous and costliest infractions He hopes to be selected for raced horses on the Virgin Islands Lima, Peru where the Red Rip
' seems to indicate, in the opinion of the author, that photography school after com- in his time. pers once again staged a thrillingair
the most prevalent cause common to all is the lack of a pleting the preparatory schoolso spare show, witnessed by Peruvian
r' SENSE OF RESPONSIBILITY. Irresponsibility may stem that he may continue the Five other men were draftedat President General Manuel Odria
the same time with him, but and his cabinet.
from several sources, but the most usual by far are carelessness
. ,' negligence, indolence, etc.-traits that are curableif This Really have gone separate ways since Many of the squadron person
Guy their basic
training. nel took of the bar-
the individual will make at least a fair effort to overcome advantage
I, them. He owes such an effort to the physical and mental Loves His Duty When asked if he might stay gains in gold and silver souvenirsand
j well-being of the people he works for, the people he works for 20, he said he wasn't sure but visited the reconstructed In-
t' with, his family, and most of all, himself. The following telegram was thought his wife and two children con Temple of the Moon and the
'. received by the commandingofficer would certainly like to see the famed Peruvian Indian MuseunA

Most of us know and admire those of our associates who Wing Staff-74, Comdr. United States.Middies during their three day stay in"' ,' P. Johnson, from one of the ancient
Leroy
city. ,
[r are responsible workers and can be depended on to do a job *
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and do it well. It is naturally logical that those people breed his crew: On Cruise
"Sir, I apologize, but I BEFORE leaving Lima the
,, success. find it impossible to make it More than six hundred mid Oriskany played host to hundredsof
t. Success in turn breeds happiness and good morale, the to training duty this week- shipmen from 52 colleges and local residents who delightedin
essential of this series of articles, and after all is universities
purpose end, was married in Toledo, recently began the going aboard the Navy's new-
said and done, the most important attainment for all of us.DIVINED Ohio today. Had planned on third and last 1952 summer train- est aircraft carrier. .'

" Catholicy flying tonight but was un- ing cruise from Norfolk, Va. The When the Red Rippers disem- ,

, 0800-0900-Mass, St. Edward's able to complete all arrange seven-ship" task force will operatein barked the Oriskany in San Die- I
ments on time. Will reportfor the Caribbean and is scheduledto go they were complimented by ,
Chapel.
1000-Mass, St. Edward's Chapel. duty on 30 August for put in at Colon, Panama, Canal the ship's skipper, Captain John I
ISERVICESJ'1Protestant annual two weeks training Zone, and Guantanamo Bay,
O. Lambrecht for their outstanding -
0645-Mess at Hospital ChapeL ;
Cuba
before
,
duty. Sincerely. returning to the performances and conduct
Mormon This may seem funny to U. S. Sept. 5. which helped so much to make

Thursday-1930-NATTC Chap- most people but it does prove the Oriskany's South American
0830-Morning Service, All Saints lain's Office. the sincerity with which the Sign in a restaurant: "No Good Will tour a success.
u Chapel. Christian Science. members of the Naval Air Re- checks cashed We have arranged .
.
0915-Naval Hospital Chapel. Tuesday-1900 at NATTC Chap- serve take their duties. with the banks that we cash no Time tells on a man .epe

,'. 1045-All Saints ChapeL lain's Office. checks and they sell no soup." dally a good time. .

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I' QUESTION CREDIT UNION BOX I : ,- -1 O&R Can Now Do Patchwork On Radome IIM. 'J


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r;' QUESTION: Who may act as co- ..A What to do when repairinga cloth impregnated with a plastic
I makers on a loan application''! fragile piece of equipmentwith resin, the radome is extremely ;;;.

:,:":'" ANSWER: A permanent employee no facilities or method fragile. Therefore, it was necessary ,
I who is a member of the available? to do the patchwork without

r: Credit Union, and who is acceptable This stymie was solved with the weight of any kind resting

.' to the Credit Com ever-present ingenuity of the Overhaul against the awkward shaped

mittee. and Repair department.Four unit.Tank .
QUESTION: Does the Credit Union weeks ago a schedule to Shop personnel of O & R

finance automobiles? repair AF2W aircraft was received Process Division, decided that

ANSWER: Not at the present but no facilities could be located special work stands would do the

time, although it is anticipatedthat 1 to do patchwork on ':the job. With the approval of chain.of .

when 'the Credit Union Is radome -the housing for radar command officials, and the '

firmly established such loans! equipment which fits into the bottom support of Harry A. Sauer, Plant

J F will be granted. However, personal of the plane between the Division Foreman, a Plant Service

loans up to $500 may be landing gear. Request was expedited.
applied for, and such loans, at! t *

the discretion of the borrower,, Made of honeycomb construction Dominic Commisso, Supervisorof

may be used to finance automobile which is a type of glass the Tank Shop, turned the

I purchases. UPRIGHT RADOME WORK- problem over to Czerl E, Corbin
.: is the best STAND-When the first y
What
QUESTION: Quarterman Joiner. It was felt
aircraft arrived at the O &
'
"', method to accumulate shares department for repairs, then that the stands should be
i : in the Credit Union? equipment was available ___ of wood construction.
,. ANSWER: :Members should set( patchwork on the radar .. Once Corbin Investigated, he

( aside specific amounts each ing. O&R employees & determined a much stronger and
two new workstands to do .. 1
j pay period to use in making job. The upright model ( less bulky material should be uti

regular deposits toward new was made in the welding lized. Designs were relayed to
shares of stock in the Credit with Theron Whiddrn, Adger H. Swartz, supervisor of

Union. This is a sure way to furnishing: many of the Welding Shop 816?,
Checking Its usability are f
save. lie Lloyd (left) and Ad I u..? Swartz and assistants set up to
QUESTION: Is it necessary to Swartz (right). The manufacture two steel portable
full share of stock at stand now holds the
buy a
stands, one to handle the radomeIn
time? ($5.00 share). r ado m e inverted (
anyone upright position, and to
while workmen do an one
ANSWER: No. Shares may be William .Edmondson _( hold it in an inverted position,
_ S purchased in installments as shows Adger Swartz how J. < so that work could be done inside
low ac $1.00 each pay period. strap network was devised and outsid
Members of the Credit Unionare strengthen the bottom .

urged to see their Credit the lending workman's additional weight.By support. rwXSF c Theron Whidden, welder, con

Union representatives and set tributed many of the final de-

up regular deposits.CORRECTION I % tails of the two-piece upright

: In the August 14.. stand, which is made of steel

column, it was stated that a t with a plywood deck. The stand

member needed two comakersto sets above the radome permitting

borrow a sum of $300, and employees to work from the

each $100 more to a maximumof ( Armed Forces Press ) Check Out Aussie deck, which is encircled with a :-0-
$500 required an additional '
safety railing.
1. England's Prime
The corrected statement
co-maker. 1)i The two parts fit around the
be Members must Winston Churchill was once a
should : In contours: of the radome, and can
co-makers when applying mous war correspondent. P2V.5
have two Neptunes separate to allow the radome tobe
I for loans from $300 to : war did he gain fame in this pushed into place.

$500. Loans of $200 or less may cupation?
',. borrowed signature. 2. Hattie Carraway was of the Royal Australian Air Force are learning William A. Edmondson, sheet
be on
I I first woman elected to the 1)I patrol bomber here at Naval Air Station, Jack metal worker, and Willie W.
Lloyd, welder, constructed the
Donate 5 Tons of Books Senate. What was her home
I second stand to conform with
the
and when she elected? pilots, at
of used textbooks was
tons
five
Nearly tralia be arranged on the
may
odd contour of a radome in an
Chinese have Naval ben Academy donated on to Formosa the :I. scientist 3 The free when world Albert gained a ) (general n of the recon RA- I basis of a two-year. term of duty. inverted position. Originally it

at Pearce was felt that rigid bracing was
by members of the U. S. came to America as a
Naval Academy's Class of 1952. what year did this occur? are being ; The CPO Club was host to the needed on the underside to hold
the correct outline, but trying -
The donation will help to alleviate 4. Although his witticisms the Neptunej at visitingAustralians Monday upon
Air Wing 11. night. a radome in the stand only
claimed Will
the shortage of modern text on, death
e Besides Strickland, others in three-fourths of the contour gave
books and will also permit the some lime ago. When and I
Officer A. bearing. ,
issuance of books to individual was he killed? here, the group the group are Flying

midshipmen at the Chinese Naval 5. Wendell Willkie took ground training A. Swinbourne; Warrant OfficersG. I
1940 Republican convention They expect P. Watkins and C. Laing, all Because a full bearing was

Academy. i storm and became its I the west coast pilots; Navigators, Flight Sergeants needed, the cross bracing was
W. B. Short I taken out. This resulted in the
Adm. Hop wood Heads Force for president. Who was his I i they pick up B. S. Farrow, ,
Rear Adm. Herbert G. Hop- ning mate? purchased by the C. P. King, and D. G. Ruediger; I lucky discovery that the stand
Com- 6. John D. Rockefeller Radio operators, Flight Sergeant was so flexible that it not only
wood has been appointed
net the need of this
mander Cruiser-Destroyer Force, plenty of money Ic/t when flying officer J. A. W. E. Dixon, end Warrant Officers particular

Pacific Fleet. A native of Mt. died at the age of 97 Perth, leader of A. K. Crooks, A. Bassett and I I ontour, but the sides would give "
nd take various
to
is how much of his his crew are T. Ford; Technicians, Flight Sergeants shapes.
Carmel, Pa., Admiral Hopwood mately
exchange of P2V T. Bennetts, R. Hackett To further strengthen the bottom .
he
the former Cruiser Division did he give away before '
and Aus- and J. A. Whitney. I of the radome, Lomax A. Os-
Three leader. (Answers on Page 8, Col. borne in the Fabric Shop, designed

a strap network. The

How's Your Flag Etiquette? straps can he tightened or loosend .

across the bottom of the ra-


I- When Saluting U. S. Flag, You Pledge Many ThingsEvery the dome! Once workmen's while the stands inverted weight.were to completeo carry


: portable rollers, they were finished -
morning at 0800 a Stripes, whether civilian or private cars are to remain formal procedure. But It holdsa by the Paint Shop and
military, male or female. seated at attention. Individualsin deeper significance. When
takes placeat loved into the hangar .area,
special ceremony When the flag is being hoisted charge of each military vehicle one salutes the flag, he pledges eady for use. .

all command headquarters' or lowered, or when passing other than the driver, many things. To the red in Result: Operation Radome Re-
the station. It is known as of the vehicle the flag he pledges the courage
i.i- 4'Y on in parade or review, or at shall get out pair is nearing successful com-
"making colors" or the hoisting any time when the flag I ii i i- and stand at hand salute. and zeal necessary to its letion.

of the colors, and is as furled and escorted by t .eColor Salute Is Significant defense. To the white in the I I .

familiar to civilian employees _Guard, all' persons The ceremony itself is prescribed flag he pledges those- standards Re-Name Norfolk Field

1 as to military personnel.Not should face the flag, stand at by formality. A bugler of moral behaviour' by
The main flying field at the
generally familiar is attention and salute. Those in and guard of the day are pres- which a high national moraleis
so Ibrfolk Naval Air Station Nor-
,
the similar ceremony of towering uniform render the right hand ent, as is a band when avail- maintained. And to the blue
'folk Va. has been
designated
.I .... the colors at sunset. And l salute. Civilian men, or mil-! able. The bugler sounds "At- of the flag he pledges loyalty, Chambers Field. Named after the
in uniform, tention." And as the first note devotion, justice and truth.
even less familiar to civilians tary men not remove
famed Navy pilot Capt. Washing.
hats with right hand of the national anthem is play. For these are What the colors
is the inspection ceremony
ton I. Chambers, the landing areas
j" when the flag is carried in review and hold them at left shoul ed, the flag is hoisted while stand for. Courage; purity; E one of the east coast's largest .*

'f I., by the Marine Color der, with the hand over the sentries present arms. The sa-< loyalty. military air fields.
j Guard. heart. Women stand facing the lute is held by the sentries* all The arrangement of the colors I .
: flag with the right hand over officers and men and all civilians also has significance. The
] Flag Etiquette Judge: "Guilty or not guilty
until the bugler 13 stripes stand for the 13
present "
the heart.
Nevertheless, everyone Defendant: "Not guilty.
\ Is Formal sounds "Carry On" at the original states. The stars rep "
familiar Ceremony
should be soundly Judge: 'Have you ever been
with "flag etiquette," those All vehicles, private or military completion of the rendering of resent the number of states in prison before?"
..
rules and regulations governing within sight or hearingof the national anthem. that today compose the greatest Defendant: "No; this is the
"colors" should to an The 'standing at attentionand nation In the world, the
proper procedure of showing come 1 rst time I've ever stolen any28 -
t _'.. respect to the Stars and immediate stop. Passengers in saluting the flag is the United States of America. hing"

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Knowledge Is Power "t tt

CPO Notes

A general assembly meeting, Three Schools Operated ';

originally scheduled for the last 1
Monday of each month will beheld f

the club.at 1130, Friday Aug. 29, In By Service Squadron SixRepairing

Plans for improvement of the .I
club will be presented and busi- aircraft end equipment Is the usual job for Fleet ,
but when Fasron sets a school J
Aircraft Service Squadrons, a up
ness both new and old will be
eubmited for information and ap- to teach men from supported squadrons how to do their own routine 't;

proval. All chiefs are urged to maintenance,. that is real service :.
Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron .
attend. portant of the schools operated
Six is operating a J-34 ,Jet
Another free spaghetti dinnerIs by the squadron and draws its
planned ng the lines of the School, a Class "B" Aerial Mine students from the greatest distance -
dinner held last week. Those who Warfare school end an Atomic .

missed the .last dinner just ask) Biological and Chemical warfare 1ATTENDANCE .

their shipmates what it was all school. in .the refresher IJ ,.
about-they won't miss this one! The Aerial Mine Warfare course is required of all grad
school is probably the most 1mj -
Junior Dale and his cowboys will uates of the Naval School of
.... .. .
be back on the dance floor Saturday '''=''!<'' ''' Mine Warfare at Yorktown, Va.,

site with another hill-billy af FASRON SIX SCHOOLS .w:?; !.>.',' .,., .... at least once a year. ,;
fair. The management hears many Frank Krajewskl, ADI (with- :;. The school
j.;.. : : .: operated by Fasron _I
pros and cons on the various out hat), instructor in the Fas- '" Six is one of about three (serving t:
types of Saturday nite entertain ron Six J-31 Jet School j. : ''
explains : : the Atlantic Fleet and draws stu- ;
ment presented in the club and as the operation of the J- : .. ; dents from as far away as Coco :'
long as there is variety, and 34 combustion chamber (top .,i't: t Solo in the Canal Zone II
you have a preference, why not let photo) to a group of officers y IltJI .1>-<< Classes last two weeks and are 4'
the club officials know which from the Aviation Ground Of '
you '.:;: .'f limited to no more than four stu- :
prefer? ficer's School at NATTCenter. ..
: ;.: dents to a class. During the course
A gentle reminder that club facilities Each AGO class receives a \: .: .":.; ': the students review the more important -
are available for private three-hour lecture at the Fas !;...'S .' phases of Mine Warfareand

parties or for service to any type ron school. In lower photo catch up on all of the new
rhief-in-charge of the squadron's -
cf gathering Club managers are mine school, Lowell Pen- trends in the field.
always on hand to furnish details. nell, MNC (center), instructstwo *

I students in the safety features LOWELL M. Pennell, MNC, as
of aerial mine while
an chief in charge of the school is
r Navy Researchers i ordnance officer Lt. William
!i Parsons left) and mine officer assisted in his instructional duI)

Want Rescue Gear CIIGUN Joe Clements (right), At h ties by Charles C, Smith, .,
observe. : AOC and Adolph J, Herman,
To Be Bright Red II AOl Chief Gunner Joe Clementsis

Washington (AFPS) The VJ-62, VA105. Fasron Six Report I William Squadron Parsons Mine officer is Squadron and Lt. '

Navy may be in for a gigantic Ordnance Officer.

:paint job. The J-34 school, while not clas-
Navy researchers report that Scouting Jacksonville Area Squadrons I sified, accommodates more stu- "

bright scarlet seems to be a better I dents and is longer in length of

attraction____ _nn__ than n____ the _life-raft n_ ____ t,J6Approximately .... duration than either of the other
used. Calif for refills, guess that's why Among the even dozen men who
yellow now universally 500 officers and schools. Most of the personnelwho
: it never rains in Calif." unquote. have been added to the squadron's
"A light bright scarlet (Mun- I
men attended VJ-62's squadron attend the J-34 school come
Overheard in the maintenanceoffice complement since the first of August
sell 7.5 red) be at I
can seen greater party at Camp Blanding last Sat- from Jacksonville O&R or the
"If this rain keeps are: John A. Buckler, ADC;
'
up
distances than the chrome'
in honor of the
urday personnel squadrons in the immediate area,
yellow now in wide use for rafts, slated to depart in the squadron'sfirst I BuAer Is sending us PEM's." Richard W. Davy, ADI; Jack W. I however several students have
lifeboats and similar .. Delaney, AOAN; Peter P. Jan-
life-preservers overseas detachment. come to the school from Sanford.
equipment for air and sea In one manner or another, all VA-105 notte, CSC; Hubert J. Fairman, .

rescue," say scientists at the Naval who attended had a grand time. Although pilots of VA-105: were ADI; William E. McCarter, A03; TilE SCHOOL teaches the ba-

Medical Research Laboratory, The departing men's softball not awarded "E's" in the recent George F. McAuliffe, A03; James sic fundamentals of Jet operationand

Naval Submarine Base, New team, after a few innings of play dive bombing competition, Comdr. L. Day, AOAA; Ira S. Jordan, maintenance by lecture and

London, Conn. had run their score up far beyond Vincent L. Hathoin, ComFairJax ADC; James J. Zeinta, ADl; Russell practical application of the

Yellow was originally selectedfor I that of their opponents which were Training officer, who observed the A. Mundy, AO1: Jack M. Taylor knowledge supplied in the lec-
AMI and David M. Smith,
,
painting rescue equipment chosen from the remaining mem- exercises, commended its skipper tures.

because it is conspicuous at close- bers. To prove it was no freak highly on the squadron's average AOAN. Four three-hour ectures are

up distances, the Navy scientists accident, they slaughtered the officers and In the way the exercises were VA-105 had its officers complement given each week. The lecturesare

report. But they maintain that 'II' in a second game. No one carried out, he stated that he felt enlarged recently when given on the working deck

yellow is very likely to blend had a calculator, so count of the the squadron had come a long way Wilmer R. Northup, AOC, wa s ap- with whatever type of equipmentis
in with the sunlight at sea event I score was lost after the first inning since, commissioning. pointed to the rank of Ensign asa being explained present for

short distances. i of play. limited duty officer With this study

'Moreover," they say, "under I Held at the Enlisted Men's Clubat promotion Ensign Northup, upon Instructors for the school are
certain conditions all people, Blanding, the party was con- reporting back from leave, will be four men regularly assigned tG
even with the best of color vI. sidered a tremendous success. leaving the squadron for a new the Fasron Six jet shop and occasionally -

lion, are color blind- to )'el1owI I I Even the Shore Patrol, we are duty assignment.All are assisted by others

and blue." i happy to report, had no occasionfor $:Ro.dtia., s 3 3f hands extend their congratulations from the department. The four
any activity except to herdan and wish\ Ensign Northupthe regulars are Frank P. Krajewski.
The question on the physiology occasional lost child back to best with his new duty. ADI; William Norman, ADC;
examination read: "How may one its parents. .. .. .. Paul Bascombe AD, and KyleT.

' cbtain good posture?'* 1! All remaining officers and men Fasron Six: Prevo, ADI.

The country boy puzzled a mo- of VJ-62 wish to take this opportunity Six Good Conduct Medals were a a *

ment, then wrote: "Keep the I to express "Best of presented by the CO Lcdr. Fred THE ATOMIC, Biological and
cows off it and let it grow.." luck" to those departing and rick E. Woodward to Harold T. Chemical Defense school, better

hopes that their new assignment McCall, AD3; Arthur S. Gabirele, known as the ABC Defense

BLOOD BANK will be an enjoyable one. AN; John H. Cooner, AD3; CarlF. school], is the work of Lt. SigurdM.

Matthias, Jr., ADC; Arthur W. Gudal and Robert T. Nixon,

BOX SCORE A certain AOAN in the outfit is, Richardson, AD3 and James A, PN2. Lt. Gudal is ABC defense

seemingly, expecting the worst of Wessell, AE3 at the last squadron officer for the squadron and Nix-
No Quot.sSched. I trouble. Seems he'll not go any-. personnel inspection. on is the instructor for the class.
Met or Nixon, who leaves the squadronthe
were around' squadron spaces Athletic team captains Bill
NARTU 7 514,2% first of next month will be replaced
flying without his faithful 10-Inch Bailey AN, basketball; Chuck
FAW 11 13 152,8% hunting knife. Should he think Hontz, AN, Softball; Lt. Sigurd as instructor by Kenneth ,

Public Works 34 137,5% someone or thing is going to attack Frgry'.; :' Gudal, bowling and Frank Bun- Wallace Kowalski, AOC ." '
NATTCenter 253 113,8% e F The four class is made
him, we feel relatively sure } r ton, ADC, swimming were also day up
Spec. Servo 4 100,0% of lectures movIes'end
the Navy will furnish him with a 4'9 Yy 2x given recognition by the captainat some
Comm. 4 100,0% demonstrations of several typesof
Thompson machine gun. the inspection for -ttieir part
Administration 3 .100,0% radiation detection
Our long awaited "AJ-2P" final- in helping the squadron secure the equipment.
Indus. Rela. 2 100,0% ly arrived and was greeted likea first leg of the station Iron Man Classes are made up of approximately -
Dental 1 100,0% is
It
thirty students.
The thing
new born baby. only Trophy.
Res. Fleet 115 98,4% in
anticipated that
missing was the traditional ceremony 'The squadron won top honors In every man
Operations 12 75,0% the will be
squadron
and eventually
of passing out cigars the ComAirLant Training Pro-
Grn. Cove NAS 35 62,8% Instructed in the course.
fudge. gram competition for the month
Marines 10 60,0%
The squadron passed its firstAdmiral's of June with an average of 128.1,
Hartford, Conn and Gordon B.
Fa.] Mil. Dist. ::5 60.0%
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with 'flying Although it took "all hands"
inspection to Peirce
AM2 K. Cummings -
Cecil Field] 16 56,2% ; Harry
Medical 2 '50,0% colors recently when Rear Adm. i }MAKES JET HOP -Rear finish up on top, a major share AMI; Charles R. Llndaey,
Osborne B. Hardison, CommanderFleet i Adm. Osborne B. Hardison, of the credit gbes to the IandE ADl
Edward and
Walls ADI
ComFairJax 94 46,7% ; ,
Fleet Air
Commander Jax
,
Air Jacksonville the staff of Henry P. Osman, ADC
gave
Supply 27 40.7% climbs into cockpit of a TV-2 ; Malcomb W. Rock ADC who
O & R 115 26,9% once over.Straight. el-trainer preparatory to making Earle P. Bailey, PNT2 and Rich- have all returned from Dallas
Hospital 21 23,8% scoop from a man in a 30-minute hop. Standing ard C. Patton, PNSN. Texas where they attended special
the squadron who just reported by is Claude Allen. ADI. Lt. Recently returning from TADat
Engineers 13 0,0% Hugh Tate, flight test branch training classes on F7U-3 aircraft.
AIM 4, 0,0% I aboard from Monterey, Calif., officer of 0 & R piloted the schools have been Lt. Lloyd] D.Re'sler A letter of commendation has
"Florida raJA clouds to who has been ,t.
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a GC Medal No. 232 Log


\: At Center Goes I Action, Excitement tFrIIVP.741In; Med I



J : To Personnelman -VP-741 During maintained the past a five plane months avail- for mining formations. Some of SALTY HUMOR FROM


}. Capt. Lester K, Rice, commanding ability of over 90 per cent and the pilots and crew members were HERE AND THEREA
airborne 15 hours daily as they
logged approximately 5,000 hours
officer of NATTCenter
; dt ,
:: this exercise
awarded the Good Conduct as it operated with the Sixth highlighted by fly- father thought it was about-

Award number 232 to William Fleet and several NATO countriesin I ing over 1,000. hours. during May time to lecture his son who was

1t.1 h,}. s Jack Edwards, PN3, last Thurs- the Mediterranean.On All VP-741'i stay on the rather a scatterbrain and sort of
': March 10, officers and men I frivolous..

f" day.The of the nine plane patrol squadronwere Mediterranean island was not "Jimmy," he said, "you're get
total awards all
represent work as they went on seven day
deployed for the British Island r ting to be a young man now and
pay grades of the Center from cruises to old world citiesIn
I Malta via Bermuda, the many I think you ought to take life
'seaman to Chief Turkey, France, Germany,
Azores, and Port Lyautey, French more seriously. Just think, if I
Each Thursday at the CenterIs :Morocco. Spain, Portugal and most North died suddenly, where would you
commendation day. Promptly African ports. An audience with
"
.
be?
,- Five days following their d-.-
].| at 0930 the candidates to receivethe parture In three plane sections, Pope Pius XIII was granted to "I'd be here," the kid said.
,citations report to the Public 18 members while visiting Rome,
all nine' aircraft arrived on Malta, "The question is, where, would
Information office of the Center. capital of the Italian country. 2. be?"
and approximately 72 hours later you
Each enlisted person fills out e While returning to Malta from
were on their first all-out simu-
J. questionnaire that is later forwarded lated strike against the Sixth Naples, the trio of Lt. Walter "Elmer, tomorrow's our twen-

::1:; to the newspaper of his Fleet. Winter, Lt. Mike Carroll, Lt. Bob fja ty-fifth wedding anniversary.Don't .

,) .r choice. Nichols Intercepted a distress call think better
. you you go
I, On completion of the form, to Catania Airport, Sicily. The out and kill a chicken?"" asked

3! r' there is a short briefing on procedure Operating from Royal Air Force voice was that of a woman who the farmer's wife.

:Jt.; to be followed, and then Base, Luqa, crew members maintained turned out to pjacqullin Coch- "Why kill a chicken for what

the candidates file into the office. a 100 per cent plane availability ran, noted U. S. woman pilot. Lt. 4JLi! happened twenty-five years ago?"

:fc<: is his as the pilots participated!
Each man accompanied by Winter, who accepted the call, relayed -
in two to three exercises with the
":' division officer, the message and Miss Coch- .'. 'V ,-'''_. ____ A teacher called on little Os
in the office the Sixth Fleet every 30 days for five
Arriving: men ran landed without difficulty at
INTERNATIONAL CONFAB -
consecutive months. car."Tell
are greeted by Captain Rice. Catania. -Comdr. Charles Rogers, me what you know about
Each man is personally congratulated Simulated war problems with commanding officer of VP-741 George Washington. Was he a

by the Captain, and a pic- the Royal Navy and Air Force, With exercises over, pilots and (left) discusses simulated war soldier or a sailor?"
ture of the receiving the and the French, Greek, and Italian problems with British CaptainJ. "
man crew members sat back and relaxed II. Commander Flotilla "I think he was a soldier, replied
Keyes,
navies in addition to these
award is taken. The photographwill were with the assurance of a job Royal Navy. The two Oscar. '

be mailed to the man's homeS strikes which included, anti-sub- well done. From His Majesty'sShip conferred on the British islandof "Why do you think he was a

town paper. marine warfare., mining, and low Glasgow came "Very Malta during; VP-741's recent soldier?"
of in the
five-month tour duty
After each man has receivedhis level attacks. mid- "I of him whenhe
many thanks for giving our Mediterranean. The local saw a picture
award, the Captain commendsthe Moving only twice from Luqa, shipmen such an excellent flying squadron combined forces with crossed the Delaware. A sailor

group and the ceremony is VP-741 moved first to Taranto, experience; they were most impressed the British and other NATO knows enough not to stand up ina

",. over. Italy where personnel participatedin ." countries in operation Minex- rowboat"A
'; the five known Dragex and Bee Hive.
day operation
Vice Admiral John H. Cassady,
as Bee Hive, during which they Commander Sixth Fleet expressedhis cere quote well done unquote." magician was raving about .

'-J': ; : Ferry Service To Be were credited with five enemy thanks, "Your performance of On Aug. 14 the last section of himself to a producer. "I do a

..:';-- Discontinued Friday submarine 'kills,' and the loggingof duty and execution of many difficult planes departed Malta for Jax via great act, Mr. Fox. Out of thin

417 hours. and arduous tasks has been London, Iceland, Argentia, and 48 air I pick two hundred and fifty
tQ The Ferry Service between *
;: excellent" and further stated hours later deployment was lighted cigars. I puff on them.
W:' NAS Jacksonville and South. The fcquadron'a second move "Now on your return I wish you completed as VP-741 returned Then I swallow them..""

side will be discontinued Frl- saw it on Halfar, Royal Navy Field and sin- home once again I "You mean to tell me you swal-
Yt .;; day, August 29, because of lack a happy homecoming a
where it combined forces with the low two hundred and fifty light

\ ,;;: of adequate docking facilities on French, British, Italians, and Anti-Sub Exercise ed cigars? How do you do it?"

;r; the Southside, it has been an- Greek navies to form operation "It's easy," said the magician.

l'. nounced. Minex-Dragex during the monthof "I buy them wholesale.
"i9
.,m', ,," May. Patrol Squadron 3 Takes
!
Within five hours after takingoff A man was late for work

;i .., -:- Births -:- on the first day of operation, "What's the idea of being late?"

r \h all nine planes flew 200 miles, off asked the boss.
Listed below are births as re- Part In Asdex7With
'\"-" ported by the Naval Hospital between the coast of Tunisia, laid their 'Operation 'Well, the alarm clock wokeup

*,' mines, returned to Malta, reloaded everybody but me this morn-
the 12 to
; period August
and once again logged the 200 its new P2V's logging a record number of hours, Patrol ing."

.' August 14.Robert mile trip. I Squadron Three Is currently engaged in an aircraft, submarine and "What do you mean the alarm
R. Ballard AD3, and
t ,
"
> Three times during this month, '. ship operation. "Operation Asdex. clock woke up everybody in the
,..' :Mrs. Mary Ballard, a son weighing "
all nine aircraft I Operations have been staged off family but you?
squadron were
:: 8 lbs. 9 Aug. 12. submarine exercises.
{X ozs., on
launched in rapid succession for the east coast and VP-3, in co- I "Well, there's eight in our family -
; William E. Cockerill AA and
I
F;.. simulated strikes on the fleet or I ordination with VP-861, has set and the clock was set for
In
WITH ONLY eight planes
Mrs. Margaret Cockerill, a daughter i iwAm its full forces into this most re- seven."
/' weighing 7 Ibs., 14 ozs., on operation the squadron has loggedan Spa
cent Naval maneuver.
: Q of 450 hours
Aug. 14.Richard. AFPS ;+ average per
: C. McGee AMC and month, which means that main-
,
,
THE NEW Neptunes were first Back To School !
I f, Mrs. Lillian McGee, a son weighing VP-3 in ConvexIII tenance crews are kept on the go
flown pilots
f' 7 Ibs, 5'/4 ozs., on Aug. 14. exercises by earlier in the at all times. Shopping for those back-to-

4, Robert Eberhardt, ET2, and is year but Patrol Squadron Three's skipper, school clothing needs? The Navy

Mrs. Florence Eberhardt, a son, and another the test current of operation the squadron'sreadiness Comdr. L. E. DeCamp' has spent Exchange at the Naval Hospital
considerable time with the executive reveals recent arrivals shipmentof
.
i weighing 8 Ibs., 3 ozs., on Aug. and .
;. 14. capabilities.New officer, Lcdr. Thomas Mar- dresses for girls 7-14, in cotton

Lt.: (jg) Herbert A. Sudhoff iAi attention aircraft than usually older require planesIn tin in seeing to it that "Operation plaids, solids and prints Their

3 more Asdex" receives the fullest attention range in sizes is .a new additionto
and Mrs. Cwilla Sudhoff
a son, service, but VP-3 has carriedon
of all divisions within the the local Exchange.
weighing 6 Ibs. 11 : Aug.
.4 ozs on a continuous rigid training pro- .
squadron.
gram within the squadron while

650,000 Hot Meals participating combined anti-

t Soldiers:! riding the rails in Japan -

ware served more than 650- Scouting The Squadrons

COO hot meals during the first four C4d
Continued from 4))
theArmy's ( Page w
months of 1952, according to
been received from the commandIng -
Transportation Military
officer of FawTuLant Key
Railway Service. An average of
6,000 meals a day for entrained s West, Fla. commending both
James A. Wilder, ADC and Don-
. troops were prepared.
#\ I ald A. Cook, ADA for the reassembling -
a. .
I and installing on a

I Officers' Wives Group I I II short notice of time, the prop of

I To Gather Sept. 4 I an AD awaiting repairs at Shaw

a The first fall meeting of the AFB, North Carolina.

t Officers' Wives Club will be Recently advanced to pay grade t I

held Sept. 4, with a 1230 lunch- E-3 were George C. Clevenger, i

; eon at the O Club. Harry F. Ebben, Robert A. Horne

Subsequent monthly meetings and Boyd C. Fowler, all were ad-

.r. will be held the first Wednesday vanced to ADAM. Sporting Just

: ,. of each month. the three green stripes with no .

No special program is planned designator are James J. Kohlheft

and John J. McKenna, while the
for the luncheon next Thursday, -- -

but plans for the winter season's two new Seamen In the squadronare
EASY LISTENING While THEY KEEP 'EM FLYING-Patrol Squadron Three's power
activities will be outlined. listening to actress Lisa Lough David E. McEndree and Don- plant division officer, Lt. Fred Bartz (center), makes a check of

Wives of all officers stationedat lin on the radio show "FBI in ald F. Lew andowskl. maintenance operations on the starboard engine of a PZV-5 which

NAS Jax, Cecil Field and Peace and War," isn't exactly . has carried part of the burden in the current Operations Asdex.
attend. difficult, It can't compare to Knitting is an occupation which Maintenance Chief R. B. Elliot, ADC,' assists Lt. Barts with the
Green Cove are invited to looking at this curvaceous check while on the upper section (left to right) Ray Kolakowski,
think
Mrs. Elizabeth Hopkins is pres- beauty. Television, where art gives women something to ADAN; Dick Allen, ADZ, and II. D. Eskins, AD3, carry 00 their
Y dent of the group this 'year. thou about while talking. work.

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Riflemen Finish


6th In NationalsJax
J
v
Navy'g rifle team copped a
first place in team matches in the

Marksman Class and finished an 4 .w4
overall sixth in the National 4

Championship Rifle Matches held 1 I.
in Jax last weekend.
I
Individually L. 11. Bessette was
second in the Marksman Class

and Robert Hunter was third. ,

With John Charva Remaining members of the local :
squad were Gilbert Tausch
When the local eleven lines up Saturday, Sept. 27, against and Paul Blake. I ,

Parris Island for the season opener there will be an impressive West Palm Beach Air Force

185-pound frame missing from the backfield. Detachment won the National

Mike Norman is tone! team title.Skeetmen. -1 '

Big Mike led the Fliers through the past two seasons, handling I f -- -- ...,

the ball off lax Navy's T-formation, but now is headed for a college SOFTBALL FINALE-AI Ziege of ANP( ) Students watches '
: Wrest one of Doc Kissees high, hard ones tip by during: the final frayof
career at the University of Miami, following a discharge here this
the all-station championship playoffs, won by Naval Hospital.
week. Behind the plate is Don Burkett of Hospital. The Hospital crew,
Recently married Mike will attend the University under a full Cheatham Title NAS representatives took the finale, 3-2, to sweep three straight
from ANP Students NATTC in best three-
) representative
a
athletic scholarship handed him when he worked out with the
of-five seiies. The Hospital I retained its all-station reign after
Hurricanes early this year. State institutions have had their eye on At SavannahJax being sidetracked last year by the NATTC loop winner. _
Norman, who can run, pass and punt with a pretentious grace that

appears effortless. * champs Navy's snared East the Coast Service Service five- Hospital Sweeps Series To

And with the chance to play ball at Miami man team title and the Open five-

Norman will work for an engineering degree. man team crown in the recently

There's a mind on the mass of muscle, too. completed Cheatham Memorial Cop Station Softball CrownBehind
Norman worked out with the Fliers two Skeet Shoot at the Savannah,

days last week and was impressed with the ; yie Georgia Gun Club.
locals chances this season. "They're thin, but The outcome was never in doubtas the two hit pitching of Doc Kissee, Naval Hos-
fast," Mike stated, "and running off the split- etl the local bird busters blasted pital nudged the ANP) Students:! 3-2 for a three game sweepof

T will 'give them every opportunity to utilize 738x750 to establish a new five- the playoff series for the Station intramural Softball

their speed." Norman"I man team, recordCop .- crown last week. '

think Barksdale (Lt. Dave Barksdale, newly appointed Jax Team Title The Corpsmen claimed 7-5 and
4-3 wins in their rush to the title., formance was the first game .
Navy mentor) is a great coach and will get the most from the Bill
Two of the local shooters, I In the third and deciding when he fanned 17 Students. The,
*' game,,
material at hand, Norman added. Arthur and Ken Pendergras finished ; the Corpsmen gained an early ANPers out hit the Corpsmenin

It's a long way off to be figuring on a professional football in a deadlock for individual lead and held on, while Kissee that fray, il to 4, but errors
career, but Norman told this corner that he would be interested laurels in the All Gauge Championship I checked the foe in the clutch. proved costly.

.. should the opportunity present itself. "I've still go to hustle to make at 149 x 150 with four Long IM SeasonHospital's Long Time On Roost
the Miami club," Mike said. other entries.In .
victory climaxed a In downing ANP), Hospital
SHORT SHOTS: Bill Crane, Patuxent River, and a catcher a shoot off every contestantwas long intramural season for both gained 'sweet revenge for its defeat -
with the '50 Jax Navy Fliers, was elected honorary captain of the out except the Navy duo aft NATTCenter and NAS. VP861and last year in the all-station

Delaware "All State Team" Mary Bixiones represented the er 75 birds and Arthur went on to Hospital annexed titles in finals. It marks the third out of
week at meeting of the NAS Ladies Bowling League powder 50 more before Penderjras I
Waves last a their respective Mainside leagues the last four years that the Hos-
Bixie related that the Waves would form a missed once for the title. I
in. the Seminole Hotel. and the Patrolmen were defeated pital men have reigned as station
team, but that they'd vie in. another circuit And for those who Arthur' and Pendergras teamedto in a sudden death battle to softball kings.

missed the information last week, Mary Dimick will coach the annex the All Gauge Two-Man miss the station tussle. The Medics have copped the
Waves' volleyball team this season.A team championship with a sparkling -
Kissee received credit for all NAS league diadem four yearsin
farewell get-together for Lcdr. Harry Knickelbine, who relinquished 298 x 300 tally.Pendergras three Hospital wins and allowed a row, Their all-station skein

his duties as NAS Special Services Officer, was held last Score 19 hits in doing so. His prize per- was snapped by ANP) in last
week at the Seminole Boys' Camp near Orange Park. In the sub-small gauge race year'i playoff. -

Noticed Tom King's pinch-hit column for the vacationing Joe Pendergras blasted 49 x 50 to tie IM .

Livingston in the Journal last week. Tom mentioned a group of teammate Gordon Teets for the Program Abner went duck shooting with

strong-armed outfielders in the City League, including Jax Navy's "410" Championship. In the shoot- old Uncle Bones. A flock of ducks

Bill Schuckers, but failed to list the Fliers' John McCaffrey. John off Pendergras powdered 25 Needs More flew overhead and Uncle Bones

was tagged as the fastest man around the complete base paths straight targets while Teets took a potshot at them and one
while Cecil's Monty Montoro received acclaim for the faster run missed once. Grid OfficialsSo fell down on the beach dead. Ab-
to first base. However, to eliminate McCaffrey from the outfield By virtue of his scores in the ner walked over and looked at it.

roster. is a cardinal sin. 410, 20 and 12 guage events Pen- your want to be a football "Hey, Uncle," he said. "That ..
dergras garnered the coveted High official 1Now's was a waste of ammunition to

Even the wkked deserve a rest. So as of yesterday this writer Over All Championship with a the chance for all men shoot that duck. The fall alone

began a 20 day leave in his Southwest haven, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 293 x 300 series. Teets was run aboard the station who are interested would have killed it."
We're looking forward to seeing the Jax Navy gridders in actionon ner up In the Class AA 20 guage in officiating intramural

our return in September.Meet event with a 96 x 100. touch football games this fall to ,

the assistant. coaches of the '52 Flier eleven, which in this Earl Severns and Gene Varner get their hand in the game. All

case is singular. Aaron Brown, Jr., a 23-year old graduate of the completed the local's team winning that is required is a better than

University of Florida is the guy on whose shoulders rest the responsibility roster. average knowledge of the game t
of the Jax Navy forward wall. and a desire to assist in the NAS

A native Jaxon, Aaron wax called into service with the reserves Chaplain PromotedThe intramural program.
last December, which means he'll be in this man's Navy until 1953. Interested, personnel should
of NARTU has its Navy's senior Jewish chaplain contact Coach Frank McCaffrey,
At the present time the recruiting department
Joshua L. Goldberg, has Special Services office, Building
the off-football season.
Brown
hand on during
been sworn in as captain by Rear
930 immediately.And .
of Florida eleven ,
Brown spent four years with the University
Adm. Stanton W. thetavy's
Salisbury, don't
forming
before graduating in 1950 with a B.A. degree In physical'education.He's neglect your
Chief of Chaplains. Capt. unit team for the approaching fall
married and plans to take up coaching after discharge.
Goldberg is the second Jewish sports program. Intramural playin
.
!F .. chaplain to be promoted to the bowling, touch football, vol.
: Aaron baa already put his hand in the grade of captain in the Navy. leyball and tennis is slated to get
coaching profession. lie assisted Tuffy Thompson underway in the near future.

. I Jax Navy mentor in 47, with the Andrew A teacher was conducting, .a But as yet few entries have been .
Jackson High School squad last year. class in grammar. She went to Deceived by the Special Services -
+ f With the Gators in 1948 Aaron held down the blackboard and wrote: I ain't
I a starting berth in a guard slot, but came the had no fun this winter. "What office. "Young man the best cushion
Information concerning organizational I'M buying right along for say
s I '49 season and the big fellow shifted to an offensive should I do to correct that?" she meetings, rosters and future is namely, U.8-Defense

tackle position used in the platoon system asked. other pertinent data can be ob- Bonds through the Payroll +
at that time. 'Get a boy friend," said a pu. tained by phoning 593. Sating Plan!" .
pil.
Brown --
*
Asked about his '46 and '47 years at the University, Aaron joked, '

"I was just an also ran with the boys on the bench. We've heard I NOt.A,AIR 111M Schedule Dates Listed I II.

many favorable remarks from Florida-conscious football fans in

Jacksonville who stated that Brown was one of the most feared y
:
I. NAB athletic directors take
linesmen in the Southeastern Conference. Which isn't hard to believe no- I the Iron Man Trophy. T
tice. Here Is the schedule for
when you take a look at him on the playing field. Touch football: Meeting on ,3
organizational meetings and 8tart"Ing
Sept. 4, 1000. Scheduled to begin djj
Lee School in the local dates of the three fall sports, )
grown lettered his senior year at High [ Sept. 15. : i
touch football and bowl
school with track and base volleyball, '11
City, and spent the remainder of the year
Volleyball: Meeting on Sept. V .
ball. "Just keeping in shape" he added.
ing.It
is important that a 1330. Scheduled to begin Sept. 15.
As for this year's Jax Navy line Brown reports that the local representative
from each unit at Main- Bowling: Meeting on Sept. 5.
but that there
and are
wall, "Needs a lot more weight experience,
side attend the meetings as complete 1000. Scheduled to begin Sept. 15.
some boys out there who know the game and will make rugged de I
fenders. data will be given for each All meetings will be held in the

We've a bunch Brown will be a big asset to Head Coach Dave sport. The three coming events,. Special Services conference room.
Barksdale as the new mentor strives to return Jax Navy to the winning along with tennis, comprise the Building 930. For further information .
point-getters for the second leg of Phone 593. .'I.\-
side of the ledger. "One_ of us Is wrong!" ,

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28 August 1952 JAX AIR NEWS Page Seven .1.1P.ORJ'



$ 'S'HORTSA Fliers Gain Tie For Top

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Jax Navy moved into a tie for top spot in the torrid battle for
One of the top Cornell athletesin
is Whelan second round honors in the City League last week by thumpingonce
recent Billy
years
'beaten Hardage & Sons, 9-8, in ten innings. R. C. Motors
of Lynn Mass. Whelan, whose '
abetted the locals' cause later in the week when they set Hardage ;
dad was an old major leaguer is
down 3-1. in another ten inning thriller. .::.
captaining the football team this
A scheduled meeting Sunday of
fall and also was' elected to lead McCaffrey Wins '
at Mason Field .i
the two leaders
the baseball club this spring. received
was cancelled because of wet John McCaffrey (11-6))
grounds. It will' be rescheduledthis credit for the win against
t;:;"'" New name on the tennis hor'I {- week. Hardage in relief of starter Gordon ,

I ,;. '. ,i-', .:'son belongs to Sammy Giammal The Fliers close their season Lassila, but the fire balling

:. "it.;.va 17-year-old battler from with non-circuit tilt righthander had to survive two
Saturday a
,'" Houston Texas. Experts look to late inning rallies in doing so. :j
with Raiford Prison. Friday the
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to emulate the feats of -
: Sammy Hardage rocked along on a 4-0
locals R. C. Motors to
that other great southwestern SHOWS 'EM HOW-Jax Navy's new girl tutor for the '52 terminate engage league play. Should margin into the sixth before the I
,We Wilmer Allison. campaign Dare Barksdale, shows a group of backfield aspirants Fliers could enroll single marker b
what he wants done when operating from the quarterback slot. Hardage win the second half a I
The Fliers have spent the past two weeks In rigid conditioning crown it would necessitate a in the top half. Tom Neely
George Barr former National exercises.: Monday they will be issued pads. Coach Barksdale is* play-off as the Fliers copped the strolled to open the inning and
League umpire will hold his an- still seeking personnel, who if they are interested, should re- initial heat with ease.RODS moved around on Bob Stefanich's
nual School for Umpires in Flori port to daily sessions at Mason Field. one-baser and a fielder's choice i

da again. He plans to open Feb to Don Hafeman. ;

ruary 25 and close March 14. Softball Nine : : ': <' fUR flCWSorts Tom Ulyon fanned to inaugurate '.

the Fliers' seventh, but Dick '
Bobby Shantz who has won 21 Gains AI. Brock Lassila and Neely backed "

games for the Philadelphia Athletics CityQuarterfinals singles to ignite a four run e

suffered his fourth defeat, I spark. Jim Coughlin walked to ;

August 10, when Connie Marrero : I force in a run and Stefanich doubled I

pitched the Washington Senators i to empty the sacks. Navy
to a five-hit 4-2 win in the opener Quarter-final games in the Du- led for the first time 5-4.
of twin-bill. Shantz val County Open Softball Tournament '
a gave The foe knotted the count in ,
up 10 hits. will be completed tonight at I I. I their half without a hit a pairof

Lackawanna when Jax Navy battles walks and an infield miscue '

'The New York Giants, who on the Police and the Green Cove Green Cover Holes P and I providing the assistance.

July 8 last year were the first Springs Bullets face O&R. Ace On No. 7 Neely Hits hardNeely's .
team in the majors to reach the
The Fliers gained their quarter- ..
the blast '
triple was big .
100-mark in home runs achieved Add the name of Com dr, E. ;
final berth by virtue of an 11-1 NIMRODSShrimping in a two-run eighth for the Fli, "
Fabares to the list of hole-
that distinction again this year, N.
shellacking of McDuff Hardware
ers, Brock singling ahead of him A
but not until August 1, when Dus- in-one shooters at the NAS
-
Al Gonyea posted his thrid win of to score the tie-breaker. Cough-
1
ty Rhodes Whitey Lockman end the tourney while his mates need- greensward. is fun if 'you have lin doubled Neely home for in- .., \
Green Cove
Stationed at
circuit
Wes Westrum hit for the ed five hit for their {
only run the right equipment and a little surance.
against the Pirates. Springs, Comdr. Fa bar e s
.. production.A achieved the coveted goal of know-how. McCaffrey relieved Lassila in
one run second for the locals, kid used to the enemy half of the eighth with .....
Catcher Sal Yvars of the Giants: all golfers when he plunked a When I was a we
drew a $100 fine and a three-day on singles by John Adams and two-wood shot into the cup on sell shrimp at two quarts for a a pair of runners aboard and escape

suspension from League Presi- Rollyn Trotter gave the Fliers a the 220-yard par 3 No. 7. It nickel. Right now shrimping i is damage. I
dent Warren Giles for a heated !. short lived margin as the Hardware was the first such shot recorded The Fliers were out in order ':
from the mouth of the St.
argument with Umpire Bill En- men knotted the count with for that hole on the NAS good to open the ninth, but Hardage
geln over a close decision at one in their half of the third. course. Johns river all the way to Pa- pushed across a brace to even the

home plate during the seventh I McDuff contributed five mis- Playing with Comdr. Fabares latka, but above the Acosta matter at seven apiece. .

inning of the game with the Cubs cues and four walks to a 10-run were Capt and Mrs. Pet Bridge it is necessary to havea Ulyon singled and moved to j

July 31. Tommy Crown was called fifth for the Fliers, who used only erson and M. G. Hamel all of State permit. There is no charge second on Brock's sacrifice In the ,(
safe after a throw from Alvin two hits in the inning. Gonyea Green Cove Springs.Weather I tenth before Clifford one-based :
limited the losers to of for these.
a pair
Dark on Frankie Baumholtz and Coughlin walked to load the
single and fanned four. bases. Stefanich in
grounder. drove a pair
I Gene Horton out of OutlookFriday In this area there are two vanities :
seemingly with his third hit of the after-

Rogers Hornsby made a winning a hitting slump, paced the local I Increasing low and of shrimp: Red Shrimp found noon and was out trying to

debut as manager nf the batsmen with two for four while from New Smyrna on south, and stretch it into a double.

Reds August 5, when Kenny i Matt Fedak and Adams scored high clouds. Maximum temperature Gray Shrimp found almost any- : Hardage Rallies
twice each. low 90's. Southeast winds.
Cincinnatito where.
. Raffensberger pitched McCaffrey got Kilpatrick to
a 4 to 0 victory over the Cubsat II I I Saturday-Broken to overeats Night time netting is the best sky for the first out in the bot- -

Crosley Field. In a clubhouse: MEATBALL skies with intermittent showers. method for the Red Shrimp. The tom heat but wild pitched Sikesto

session before the game, the Ra- ..ns Easterly winds. Maximum tem- local shrimpers set a gas lanternon second following a single. Es-

jah outlined his ideas about how perature low 80's. the edge-of their boat and use ton McCullough's triple narrowed '

baseball should be played and his Sunday-Broken to. overcast dip-nets to scoop up the attracted the count but he was left

players afterward agreed that his skies. Intermittent showers. East- shrimp. stranded when Lyda grounded to
remarks "made sense." erly winds. Maximum temperature McCaffrey.

middle 80's. Shark fishing is another inter The line scoic:
Roy Smalley of the Cubs tied q Monday-Little change over esting industry. Sportsmen, all Ja<: Navy 000 001 420 2-9 14 3
Hardaee 010 120 102 1-8 11 1 -"'"
a record held by many August Sunday. along the coasts try for the Mako Las&lla, McCaffrey <181 and Stefanich; ,;,
5, when he did not have a chanceat I sharp, a black-finned speedy Stephens McCul lough.W. McCullough ((8) and E.

shortstop in the game againstthe Mrs. Brown was spending mon- game fish. Contrary to some be- City League standings com-

Reds. I ey l like a sailor on shore leave. liefs, there are no dangerous plete through last Tuesday:

I Finally her husband could standit sharks near thees local waters Tram W L 015Jar .
,Dizzy Trout, who co-starred E no longer. "Mable," he said, The man eating leopard shark Navy 13 3 _
Ewlth: Hal Newhouser for the Tigers "you're driving me right to the stays at least nine miles out over Harda, C. Motors;- 1J 3R. 5 :3

,.* from 1939 until he was. LitkV- poorhouse.: the reefs and will not enter shallow Sid kDurr Mack Hardware 7'8'11 7 54! :.. '
.traded; to the Red Sox: in June, waters. Ceclt Field 4 11 7'
"Driving, nothing, she replied. Post Nine 3 If 10% I
,laced Hal for the first time Aug -talEt/z1Jt, "You'll have to walk. The finance The shark industry in the U. S. '

list'" ,2., and was .a.10. to 5 victor. make him company took the car this morn is a booming business. Shark fins be used as a delectable food for
lie
'f,'' says mad you gotta first!" ing." pre dried and sent to China to the: Chinese. Oil from shark livers .t

.+' BREEZES + is used for types of medici .,.

For many years a rancher em- I Gridmen Get Skull Drill Light WorkoutRain I ,1,'

,
II ployed a Chinese cook. After an A week or so ago Chief Hicks .: 'S

gar unusually good dinner the rancher assistant fire Chief went fishing J,
decided to raise his wages. failed to dampen the conditioning work will be continued run-off tackle by the quarterbackand it Sebastian Inlet ((8 man-made ". "

The next pay day the cook noted spirits of the Jax Navy gridders' through this week and the optional lateral to the cut; in the jetties) where a huge ..

the extra money in his envelope. last week as the local eleven con- line coach Aaron Brown relatedhe opposite halfback for a run school of redchannel bass, covering -

"Why you pay me more?" he tinued its workouts on the Mason would tighten the extra weight around end. a two-acre area was sight- .'
'1: asked. Field practice grounds. sported by his forward wall hope- The split-T quarterback does ed. ,i

:( "Because you've been such a Coach Dave Barksdale reissuedhis fuls.The I less complicated faking than the Artificial squid was used for ",
call for station personnel, locals will from tight-T man, but his fakes haveto
::i good cook all these years, replied operate I bait in this school, and the smallest ;.
'! the boss. from any unit, to report for prac- the split-T this season the fash- be good and his speed in get- bass taken weighed 10 lbs. .
,:; After thinking it over for a tice sessions "It's too early to ionable formation of the present ting out of position behind the .,s't
i! while the Chinese said. "You been name any standouts," the new time. Barksdale will have to find center must be great. I Up-and-coming sport locally, ,
"
cheating me long time eh?" mentor stated "and every position a man who is more than merelya Barksdale has a full time job are the croakers, a nice game '
is wide open. We'd like to ball-handler and a passer. in finding'the man for this re- fish on light: tackle. I recom- \r.S

"Sometimes" said the mistressto have anybody out who is inter- For sponsibilty for without him mend fresh water tackle for giv- .t'',: '
ested." Hunting QB there can be no scoring punchSeveral ig you more fun.
the new maid "it will be necessary '
for you to help the butler Tads Monday The quarterback is an essentialman of the local backs appear From now until December
upstairs.." Pads will be issued Mondayand in the running attack. The capable of handling the position, roakers are prevalent in waters .:

"I understand madam. I take. a contact work is slated to be- three basic plays of the split-T but Barksdale hesitated to name ear Heckscher Drive out by the 'I.

nip myself sometimes." gin immediately after. Heavy attack are the dive tackle the them this early. Jacksonville Zoo. ;


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k Not For Naval Reserves


emmm .... ,. .,. . .." Fleet Reserve Association Serves I

':'
(Items offering for sale arti s.> )

cles of property such as washing :.:.,. Regular Navy Enlisted PersonnelContrary
'
.
furniture :
machines, automobiles, \ : Y. -
W" : :,. to what its Implies
name
radios, clothing and the like are Yo. ,... .: ,'1".:,: \r.' ..: the various branches. Here, a*
: the Fleet Reserve Association -
,
prohibited by Defense Department ;. .. in the case of Branch 91 of Jack
i. is not an organization for
regulations. This i column will, : sonville which is composed of active .
;:
i. Naval Reserve personnel. One of
however, list such services as 11. duty men In this area, the
> the primary requirements for
available rides wanted, .
housing work Is directed on behalf of Individual
membership in the association is
and lost and found articles or oth members.
that a man be regular Navy.
similar notices.) 'I :
er Membership in the Fleet Re.
Founded 30 this
years ago com-
FOR KENT serve Association is limited to

Furn. rm., pvt. bath. Mrs. Cor br't),< ing October by a group of criti- personnel who are in the regular

nelius, Ph. 112-8-3792. ,.. cal thinking Navy men who realized Navy and have served at least six
.
;
Single & dble. rms. furn. 2601 tss that Navy enlisted personnel years on active duty. Although restricted .

Park. Mrs. S. R. Houston, Ph. 44 :' i), desperately needed a voice in In size by these regula.

82770. governmental matters, the association tions the Fleet Reserve Association

Furn. Apt. 4624 Park. Mrs. Burn, + today numbers 149 branches works not just for members tJJ
: t around the world with
Ph. 2-2594. over enlisted
but for the benefit of all .:
Furn. 3rm. garage apt. 2538 Orion 30,000 members. personnel of the Navy. '

North Rlveiside. Mrs C. J. ONE OF FEW-One of the first, and possibly the only enlisted Legislative Voice In every sense of the word the

Green, Ph. 77064. men in this area, to receive a commission as a result of Interested primarily in the wel- Fleet Reserve Association ob.
will share home with cple. the last examinations for Limited Duty Officer (LDO) was Ensign -
Widow
Wilmer R. Northrup of VA-105: (Oem, being congratulatedby fare of career men, the Fleet Re- serves the cardinal principles of
3628 Ernest St. Mrs. Rose Ruff, his commanding officer Comdr. Forrest Auman. Formerly a serve Association has been either its motto "Loyalty, Protection,

Ph. 25537.: chief ordnanceman with VA-105, Northrup was one of only 120 responsible or at least had a and Service.

Will share home with young cple. men selected, after rigid exams, from thousands of applicantsfor voice in practically all legislationthat
15. 5507 110th LDO commissions.
Available Sept. .
affected the Navy enlistedman
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St., Ortega Farms. Mr. & Mrs. Know Your Rights in the past three decades. NAVY WIVES
Glennon Ext. 8564.
Tom ,
Early activity of the organization

Furn.Mr. 5-rm.D. C. house.Morris 6421 Ext.103rd 594. St. Answers Given To QueriesOn protecting was directed those men princIpally who had at CORNERA

Furn. (.rm. duplex apt. pvt. ent.
? 20 in the
served their 16 or years special meeting was held
2824 Mrs. Murdock, Ph.
Sydney. Navy and then retired into the Wednesday, Aug. 20, to decide

2-6569. K-Vet Bill ProvisionsVeterans Fleet Reserve.In whether Navy Wives Club No. 86
Furn. apt., garage. 7586: Lenders,
Lake Forest. Mrs. J. M. Cow- 1932: in the midst of the depression should sponsor and be actively

Congress sought to give engaged in a fund raising driveto
art, Ph. 37120. and Service personnel soon to be separated from active -: all Fleet Reservists the equivalentof equip the
Single & dble. furn. rms.. $5 per duty are vitally interested in the benefits of the recently passed I Dependent's Clinic
wk., all conv. 2719 Paik St. Mrs. I K.Vet Bill.Thousands. I one year's pay and then summarily with an air-conditioning system. -.I)

Wolins, Ph. 20087. of questions are being '------- i iI'd strike them from the retired With the assistance of Lt. D. C.

Furn. 3-rm. apt. 2148 Rosselle. received daily by the Veterans : ({- like to take a single I roles. Due to strong oppo Roden and Lt. J. R. Curtis, both

Mrs. Peter Emery Ph. 7-5461. Administration regarding course in school this fall under sition of the Fleet Reserve Association of Fasron 51, plans were workedout

the K-Vet Bill. It would be for I I this motion was defeated whereby station personneland
Furn. rm., Riverside Section. Mrs information on the new bill. A I
less than half-time. How largean club members work in teamsto
Tiptin, Ph. 8- 021. great percentage of these ques- I
educational allowance wouldI
Furn. 3-rm. apt., pvt. bath 624 tions deal with educational and Hells Get Benefits sell tickets on a 1932 model

Lomax. Mrs. Pur 'ear. Ph. 88- loan benefits.In I get? I The following year the association sedan.
A-You would receive either *
r 8414. an effort to clarify some of I II opened a fight to get a pie-
(1)I ) the established charges for ,
Will share 5-rm. home with cple., the most common queries, the vious 15 per cent pay cut restoredto The next regular business meet-
tuition and fees which all students
-
Riverside. Mrs. Dodd, Ph. 74788. VA has published the following I the active and inactive personnel.The ing will be held on Wednesday
kit. 4502 Post. taking course must Sept. 3, at the club house in
Furn. bdim., priv. questions :and answers: battle, waged with other In-
or ((2) a prorated amount
Mrs. D. W. Barnett, Ph. 27210. I pay : terested groups, was successfuland Dewey Park. Important issues
( based on $110 a month for a full- will be discussed and all
Furn. apt., $75 per mo., 4609 Wes- within two years the pay was mem-
Korean veteran and I
Q-I'm a : time course. You would be paid
bers are urged to be and
present
connett. Mrs. Sidney F. Thompson raised to previous levels
want to go to school this fall under I whichever amount is the lesser.
bring a guest along.
Ph. 2-2271. the new K-Vet Bill. May I During World War II and the
5-rm. house kit. eqpd., Nursery employees gave their
Unfurn.\ years following the Fleet Reserve
attend school that was I
any approved -
available Sept. 1, 2920 Hat yard, by State for WWII Q-I am a WWII veteran and Association gained a myriad of supervisor, Mrs. Lucile Forsyth

Ortega, Airs Dow. ? my I've recently gone back on active benefits for the Navy enlistedman. a surprise "Welcome back home"
veterans
,I duty. I have never used of party with cake and all the
Unfurn. 5-rm. apt., 2755: Myra St. any A few of the many gains a big
Mrs. Dodd. Ph. 78223. A-No. A school must be state- j I my government loan entitlement. made trimmings. Mrs. Forsyth returnedlast
establishment
were: of
Furn. efficiency garage apt., 2314 approved for training under the 'I Which government loan deadline quarters allowance for the first week from an extensive trip

College. Mrs. Clark Ph. 76249. new K-Vet Bill before you may applies to me: July 23, 1937, under three through Germany and other Eu-
pay grades, rotation of duty
I enroll. Approval granted under the WWII bill, or 10 countries.
FOR SALT; I years ropean
I for enlisted men, and pay for
the WWII bill does not carry after the
present under !
2-bdrm, home immediate possession emergency I enlisted men retained in hospitals Kindergarten: teachers Mrs.
over, under the law, because in the K-Vet Bill?
4855 Birkenhead Rd., Lake- II schools beyond expiration of their enlist Walter Bedard and Mrs. Allen
many cases are requiredto
shore. Lcdr. James, Ph. 2-2367. I i A-The K-Vet Bill deadline' ments. Scarbrough had been in chargeof
meet different standards thanin
.rl11. house, $750 equity, large corner I applies to you. You will have 10 Local Branches AidA the Nursery during Mrs. For-

lot, $47.95 per mo., II. L. the past. !, years from the end of the cur syth's absence and have done a
major share of the work done
Meister, Shop 4142. 0 & R, or rent emergency to make use of by the Fleet Reserve Associationis wonderful job. A few more day:

Ph. 7-4614. Marine Earns your government loan benefit. and the fall semester for all three
on a local scale through
16 ft. aluminum house trailer. F. Q-Are loans made under the I Kindergarten classes will start.

Y. Nepveux, 3148 College St., I IPit. K-Vet Bill subject to the down School will start on Wednes.

81585. I Bronze Star Ills Initiative and courageous payment requirements of the day, Sept. 3. Pickup bus for time
action were in keeping with the
Spartan Imperial mansion 36 ft. Defense Production Act? morning classes will leave the
I traditions of the United
house trailer. Will sell or trade I For ActionHeroic highest States Naval Service. I A-Yes. The down payment Nursery shortly before 0800, will

for equity in house. Inquire at requirements of the Defense go to Dewey Park, then enlisted

Parnell's Grocery, Wesconnett, action in defuzing single- Sergeant Creek is now serving Production Act apply to govern- housing on the base, then Officer

or Chief Bollenberg, Ext. 8230. handedly 12 dangerous bombs as Ordnance instructor! in the ment loans made under the new Quarters. Children will be taken

l\Il Cm.XEOI'8Ride won for M 'Sgt. James J. Creek( AOA) School. K-Vet Bill in the same way that home by the same route, the buss:

wanted to Seattle, Wash., on of the Marine Air Detachment, He is authorized to wear the they apply to loans made under leaving the Nursery a few ';inn.

or before Sept. 10. Good driver, NATTCenter, the Bronze Star I Combat "V." the WWII law.-(AFPS). utes before 1200. At the same

.. familiar with route. N. K.: Bax- Medal.. I ._ ._.. .... m_.-" -..-. .. YO......... .. r. time this bus will pick up the
ley, Ext. 512. Creek, who performed his deedIn children for the afternoon .class.
o ,
Ride wanted -. Will swap rides action( against the enemy in

from, Arlington area. Leave Korea on the evening of June 13, Children other than Kindergarten

base at 1530.:: Contact Franz. 1952 was presented the medal by pupils will not be transport.

blau. Ext. 217 or Ph. 985933. Capt. Lester K. Rice, command. ed by these buses, as the Nursery

Rider wanted-Vicinity of 4th & ing officer of the Technical TrainIng 3i cannot be responsible for younger

Main St., 06 O.lGOO. Lloyd Per- Center. brothers and sisters riding the

reauet, Ext. 681. school bus. A printed memoranr

Wanted-Two riders to help driveto Time Citation which accompaniedthe i J* s \4 $ dum to all Kindergarten parent ,'

Evansville Ind., leaving i is available at the desk in the
award reads in part as follows W
around Sept. 8--10, contact Mrs. : ? lobby of the Nursery.

W. C. Barry Ph. 85800. There are openings for chile
"Master Sergeant Creek, serv-
r ar dren of working mothers, who
Baby sitter available day or evenings
ordnance chief attached -
!. Mrs. Dodd, Ph. 74788. ing as an will be taken. care of for $1 l per
to Marine All Weather
a
day.
Fighter Squadron, defuzed single-
For any information about Kin.
For The Record handedly a total of twelve bombs dergarten or Nursery, call th!

which were suspected to be in a
(Continued from Page 3) supervisor at any time, extension
ANSWERS dangerous state Waving aside 368.

1. The Boer War in South, Africa all offers of assistance and insisting Nursery will be closed all dayon

1899.1902. that all personnel other Labor Day.We're .

2. Arkansas, 1932. than himself remain clear of the t .

3. Oct. 17, 1933. danger area, he proceeded without _,., .. __._..,.__.v-.__ .A>. __ having a raffle for t

4. Plane crash near Pt. Barrow, hesitation and with utter BSM; AWARD M/Sgt. James I. Creek is presented the poor widow. Will you buy 1
Rronze Star Medal with Combat V for action in Korea, by Capt. "
Alaska, Aug. 13. 1935. gard for personal safety to seek ticket?
Lester K. Rice, commanding officer of NATTCenter, during a
wife wouldn't let
out and defuze the bombs In "Nope. My
5. Charles McNary.
personnel inspection held at the Center M/Sgt. L. E. Kozain
6. $700,000.000. ing darkness. ." I (right) was awarded the Combat: V at the same ceremony. me keep her even If I won"

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